May I see your code that you use to grab your website visitor's real ip, real isp, real os (and not vmware and the like), real web browser, ? It should grab the real ones and not the proxy's ones or the company router's ones or the the private/public VPN ones they are using.
Also, I'd like to see what code you use to get your script to detect whether the visitor is behind a proxy or not. Because, if he using proxy then I want to forward him to a different page like a fake signup page.
And is there any way in php to only give the user access to his "home.php" after "login.php" checks and finds the user is using the same computer to login that he used to sign up ? You see, I do not want the user signing up using one computer and then using my website (his member account) using another computer. So, if you signup to me using an internet cafe public computer then you should not be able to login to your account using your home computer. That is the big idea. Now, how would you code this one ? May I see a sample code ?
I have no clue where to start with these 3 codes.
I just checked-out these tutorials and I have doubts whether the codes would do what I want regarding grabbing the user's real ip:
As for the following link, it seems the professional php guys are fighting over who's code is perfect and who's not:
And so, according to you which code I should learn from ? Or maybe, you have a better link that teaches me how to do what I want ? If so, then by all means be my guest and point me to that link.